• Did you know there a cure for breast cancer?

    Best answer: Breast cancer is rarely classed as 'cured'. Generally it is classed as 'NED' or 'No evidence of disease' rather than as 'cured'. This can vary fepending on the type of breast cancer.There is a vacine being developed to reduce the risk of reccurence pf a particular subtype of breast... show more
    Best answer: Breast cancer is rarely classed as 'cured'. Generally it is classed as 'NED' or 'No evidence of disease' rather than as 'cured'. This can vary fepending on the type of breast cancer.There is a vacine being developed to reduce the risk of reccurence pf a particular subtype of breast cancer.
    There are more than 17 different types of breast cancer and even more subtypes.
    Whilst this is great news because it is a particularly nasty and common form of breast cancer you need to understand it does NOT cure breast cancer and does NOT stop all breast cancers starting or reccuring.
    It would have had ZERO effect on my sisters first breast cancer 24 years ago or the one she is currently fighting. It would have had ZERO effect on the breast cancer that killed our mother. It would have had ZERO effect on the breast cancer that I had 14 years ago. Yet these were all DIFFERENT types of breast cancer.
    7 answers · Cancer · 3 days ago
  • Why does my heart keep on beating?

    8 answers · Heart Diseases · 13 hours ago
  • Can nicotine cause cancer?

    I've never smoked a cigarette a day in my life but I do use an E-cig that you fill with juices that are 6mg of Nicotine. If I use it every day, could it cause cancer?
    I've never smoked a cigarette a day in my life but I do use an E-cig that you fill with juices that are 6mg of Nicotine. If I use it every day, could it cause cancer?
    11 answers · Cancer · 2 days ago
  • Is leukemia a high death-causing cancer?

    6 answers · Cancer · 17 hours ago
  • What can I do to give myself diabetes?

    7 answers · Diabetes · 17 hours ago
  • Why are my lips frequently so sore and puffy?

    It seems to get worse throughout the day. My lips have a chapped and slightly pale appearance, with redness around the sides.
    It seems to get worse throughout the day. My lips have a chapped and slightly pale appearance, with redness around the sides.
    8 answers · Skin Conditions · 2 days ago
  • Is it possible to be allergic to flu shots?

    Best answer: Yes it is possible to be allergic to the ingredients in flu shot, you should go to an allergist to see if you're allergic to eggs. Because eggs is one of the main ingredients that are used to make flu shots. Hope this helped!
    Best answer: Yes it is possible to be allergic to the ingredients in flu shot, you should go to an allergist to see if you're allergic to eggs. Because eggs is one of the main ingredients that are used to make flu shots. Hope this helped!
    9 answers · Allergies · 3 days ago
  • Is it ever safe again?

    Best answer: Yes, it is safe to drink alcohol after the doctor has told them it is safe to drink alcohol.
    Best answer: Yes, it is safe to drink alcohol after the doctor has told them it is safe to drink alcohol.
    6 answers · Infectious Diseases · 1 day ago
  • How do you get diabetes, and can you cure it?

    checked my blood, and my glucose was 95 mg/dl, which is in the normal range, but still seems high to me, and I checked it a year ago while I'd been on the Atkins diet for 3 months, and it was 103, and a couple years before that it was 117. I read online that 65-100 is considered normal, and 100-124 is pre... show more
    checked my blood, and my glucose was 95 mg/dl, which is in the normal range, but still seems high to me, and I checked it a year ago while I'd been on the Atkins diet for 3 months, and it was 103, and a couple years before that it was 117. I read online that 65-100 is considered normal, and 100-124 is pre diabetes, and then if it's 125+ then you have diabetes. But what I'm wondering is, so I was pre diabetic 4 years ago, and then with some lifestyle changes I got it down to 95, but what would of happened if it had gotten to 125? Would I be screwed then? Does your pancreas "break" at 125, and then for the rest of your life you have to prick your finger twice a day, and take insulin shots? Or, say it had gotten to 125, and they told me I have diabetes, could I have made some lifestyle changes, and lowered it down to 95, and then been fine? Thanks for your input!
    6 answers · Diabetes · 2 days ago
  • In the medical industry, why does profit come before health?

    I see that most research is done on products with ingredients that are harder to get, and relatively little research on natural remedies that are readily available and cheap. I am doing a dual undergraduate degree in pharmacy and business and this subject is currently disgusting me, I will ask to be transferred soon.
    I see that most research is done on products with ingredients that are harder to get, and relatively little research on natural remedies that are readily available and cheap. I am doing a dual undergraduate degree in pharmacy and business and this subject is currently disgusting me, I will ask to be transferred soon.
    7 answers · Cancer · 2 days ago
  • Can high blood pressure kill?

    10 answers · Heart Diseases · 4 days ago
  • Am I allergic to my cat?

    I moved into a new house about half a year ago. Shortly after I got a cat I started to get stuffy noses and I sneeze a lot. I have trouble sleeping because it’s hard to breathe! I used to have an old cat at my other house and I didn’t have any of these symptoms. Could I be allergic to my new cat and not my old one?... show more
    I moved into a new house about half a year ago. Shortly after I got a cat I started to get stuffy noses and I sneeze a lot. I have trouble sleeping because it’s hard to breathe! I used to have an old cat at my other house and I didn’t have any of these symptoms. Could I be allergic to my new cat and not my old one? Or could it have nothing to do with my old cat and something to do with the new house? I used to think it was the air conditioner, but now that that’s turned off and the heat is on, I’m still having the same symptoms. I really don’t want to get an allergy test but maybe I’ll have to. I’m just not sure what to do!
    6 answers · Allergies · 1 day ago
  • Does this mean I likely do NOT have inflammation?

    Blood test results say ESR., C-Reactive Protein, & RH Factor are normal. I'm with the understanding these things are markers of inflammation. So, with my normal readings, does this mean I likely do NOT have inflammation? Thanks..I just worry, that's all.
    Blood test results say ESR., C-Reactive Protein, & RH Factor are normal. I'm with the understanding these things are markers of inflammation. So, with my normal readings, does this mean I likely do NOT have inflammation? Thanks..I just worry, that's all.
    4 answers · Other - Diseases · 5 hours ago